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eBook Running Blind (Jack Reacher, No. 4) ePub
Author: Lee Child
Language: English
ISBN: 0425206238
ISBN13: 978-0425206232
Publisher: Berkley Trade; Reprint edition (September 6, 2005)
Pages: 496
Category: Thrillers & Suspense
Subcategory: Thriller
Rating: 4.4
Votes: 800
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ePub file: 1752 kb
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Running blind The visitor (Jack Reacher Lee Child The Visitor is the fourth book in the Jack Reacher series .

Running blind The visitor (Jack Reacher Lee Child The Visitor is the fourth book in the Jack Reacher series, written by James D. "Jim" Grant with pen name: Lee Child. It was published in 2000, by Bantam in the United Kingdom. In the United States; the book was released under the title: Running Blind. Lee Child makes the FBI no more tha stupid thugs that can't get anything done without resorting to threats of everything from framing someone from murder to actually having them, I'm afraid I'm going to have give Jack reacher a rest for a while. This book was ridiculous. I had this thing figured out very early on and was dreading being right.

The corpses show no cause of death and Reacher's sole clue is that all the victims thus far were sexually harassed while serving in the military. There was one thing Lee Child hadn’t done with the Jack Reacher books. He did it with Running Blind though. There's got to be some sort of grand scheme behind the killings, but with no physical evidence, FBI agents bumble around until they finally question Reacher, a former military cop who handled each of the dead women's harassment cases. After Reacher convinces investigators he's innocent, theyAcuriouslyAask him to stay on as a case consultant. Making it a who’s the killer type of story was the right move.

Running Blind (Jack Reacher is a Thriller novel by Lee Child. Women are being murdered nationwide by a killer who leaves no trace of evidence, no fatal wounds, no signs of struggle, and no clues to an apparent motive. All the victims have one thing in common: they each knew Jack Reacher.

Part of Jack Reacher series by Lee Child. NO, IT WASN'T me," Reacher said. That's what they all say. " Reacher stared at him. "You're full of shit, Blake. You've got two women, is all.

Child, Lee - Jack Reacher 01 - Killing Floor. Nothing to Lose (Jack Reacher, No. 12). 286 Pages·2009·1. Jack Reacher can’t find a ride, so he walks. All he wants is a cup of coffee. 220 Pages·2016·552 KB·1,514 Downloads·New!. 38 MB·1,056 Downloads·New! of empty road. All he wants is a cup of coffee Child, Lee - Jack Reacher 03 - Tripwire. 179 Pages·2016·657 KB·828 Downloads·New!. Child, Lee - Jack Reacher 10 - The Hard Way. 173 Pages·2016·586 KB·612 Downloads·New!. Child, Lee - Jack Reacher 05 - Echo Burning. 299 Pages·2016·592 KB·595 Downloads·New!. Child, Lee - Jack Reacher 08 - The Enemy. 163 Pages·2016·620 KB·591 Downloads·New!

Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child.

Jack Reacher is a fictional protagonist of a series of novels, novellas and short stories by British author Jim Grant under the pen name Lee Child. A former major in the United States Army Military Police Corps, Reacher roams the United States taking odd jobs and investigating suspicious and frequently dangerous situations. The Reacher novels are written either in the first-person or third-person. The schedule for the Reacher series is one-per-year, except for 2010 when two were published

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Die Trying (Jack Reacher Lee Child. Tripwire (Jack Reacher Lee Child. Year Published: 1999. Running Blind (Jack Reacher #4). Year Published: 1998. Running Blind (Jack Reacher Lee Child. Year Published: 2000.

Title changed to Running Blind in the U. All Lee Child’s shorter fiction featuring Jack Reacher in one volume. I have a Lee Child book Running Blind. And it’s not listed as one of the 24 books that has been published? July 18, 2018.

Title changed to Running Blind in the US. 5. Echo Burning. Jack Reacher, adrift in the hellish heat of a Texas summer. Read together, these twelve stories shed new light on Reacher’s past, illuminating how he grew up and developed into the wandering avenger who has captured the imagination of millions around the world. Read an extract here.

Running blind : a Jack Reacher novel, Lee Child. Blue Moon: A Jack Reacher Novel, by Lee Child (2019). Reacher is on a Greyhound bus, minding his own business, with no particular place to go, and all the time in the world to get there

Running blind : a Jack Reacher novel, Lee Child. Audiobooks Great Books New Books Bestselling Author Jack Reacher Country Women Cd Audio Book Lists Mystery. Reacher is on a Greyhound bus, minding his own business, with no particular place to go, and all the time in the world to get there. Then he steps off the bus to help an old man who is obviously just a victim waiting to happen. But you know what they say about good deeds.

Across the country women are being murdered by a killer who leaves no evidence, no wounds, no signs of struggle, and no clues to a motive. They are perfect crimes. In fact, only one thing links each victim: they all knew Jack Reacher.

Nahelm
There was one thing Lee Child hadn’t done with the Jack Reacher books. He did it with Running Blind though. Making it a “who’s the killer” type of story was the right move. Reacher can’t keep taking conspiracies. See what else I think of the book.

The Ugly: Not so much something wrong with the story or anything, but it’s more with the design. There is a cover to the book cover that was the wrong thing. It depicts a desolate road with snow all over it in the woods. Has nothing to do with the book. It gives off the wrong impression. A classic case of don’t judge the book by the cover.

The Bad: Somewhat predictable is the best way to describe this book. Is the right way? No. But it is the way to describe it. Child made the killer the most predictable part of the book. You could tell who it was once they showed up in the book.

The Good: As I said in my opening, the story is what made this book. It was the best story in the first four books. Definitely a step up from the last book. Keep that in mind when you read it.

Final Thoughts: So far, there has only been one miss the Jack Reacher stories. This one isn’t the best one, but it’s worth it. Give it a try why don’t you.
Just_paw
The Jack Reacher series is at the top level of this genre. Seldom do I go over $0.99 for my non technical reading, but for this series I bite the bullet and pay top dollar. A difficulty I have with these books is finding a good place to put them down. I find myself staying up too late, just to finish one of these books. When they last only one or two days, they "bust my recreation budget." Too, they infringe on time I should spend doing other things.
Reacher, the hero of the series, is one of the most likable I have found. As I have a strong "Don Quixote Complex," I relate to his ideal of righting wrongs, protecting the weak and killing bullies.
In every story he beds a beautiful, strong, smart woman. He spares us most of the details, which is appreciated since I would rather experience them myself than read about them. Lee Child's women characters are feminine while possessing the qualities which, coming from a long line of capable feminine forbearers, I admire in the weaker sex. (These characteristics have bread true for the next two generations, and show signs of expression in my Great Granddaughter.)
Don't read these books looking for some great literary masterpiece. There is no great wisdom shared, other than the need to right wrongs, protect the weak and destroy bullies. They are "pot-boilers," but good entertainment.
This applies to at least the first 7 books in the serries.
Shakar
Book 3 of the compelling Jack Reacher series, this one finds our hero once again misunderstood and eyed for a crime he has nothing to do with. After he sorts that out, Reacher decides to help in the investigation to round up the correct suspect.

You know for a guy who essentially lives off the grid, he sure gets swept up into all kinds of conflict simply by walking around minding his own business. I’m assuming there’s plenty of other times in which Reacher visited some city and nothing of note happened, and while that wouldn’t be too fun to read about, it would make Reacher a little more believable. I mean, this guy is a magnet for bad guys and their plots, and I’m only on the third book! Seriously though, I love this character, he’s admirable, strong, self-reliant, capable, and kind-of unstoppable in his own way. He’s like justice rolling into town. It’s enjoyable to watch this guy move through our world fixing stuff as he goes and punishing the bad guys. I could see this becoming a serialized TV show at some point, but I don’t know if they could improve upon what Child has been able to craft in the books. They are almost the perfect blend of mystery and action, the definition of a page-turner.
Marad
Lee Child delivers a great story. This is one of the best Jack Reacher stories so far in the series--he is really good when he has a crime to solve. I have read it twice with some months in between--I think I liked it better the second time even though I did know "who-done-it". Knowing how it would end helped in seeing the clues that enable Jack to figure out who the serial killer was (although with some difficulties). This is an important story in the cannon for Jack Reacher as it provides some of his background. There is some very clever plotting which shows how Jack thinks and solves problems according to his code of conduct.

Of course, this is a work of fiction which provides requisite human interest and some semblance of truth.. And, as it is with most involved crime stories there is a need to suspend disbelief concerning the proceedings and accept the implausibility and amazing "coincidences" in order to comfortably "enter the story" and enjoy the bumps, twists and turns.

I liked Running Blind very much and will perhaps read it again--but not for awhile, as I still have other Jack Reacher books to read first.
Reemiel
Just off the top of my head, Travis MaGee, Nero Wolf, James Bond ( books, not film), Lucas Davenport, November Man, Repairman Jack (first books), J. Stone and maybe three more, no more than a total of ten,10!!!, You can count on both hands. You know you get and can count on for great heros, great action, great mystery, great adventure, GREAT READING.
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